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Geology 1115: Physical Geology Lab Syllabus TA: Abigail Bullard Email: email@example.com Office Hours: Thursday from 1:50pm to 2:50pm, or by appointment. Lab Objectives: 1. Apply material learned in lecture, and learn complimentary content. 2. Better understand the planet we live on. 3. Become more scientifically literate. Required Lab Materials: Lab manual, pencil (optional – ruler, colored pencils, hand lens, calculator); sturdy shoes and sunscreen for field lab. Lab Course Fee: A fee is automatically collected at the time of registration. This fee is used for fieldtrip transportation, lab materials, and a small part of lab instructor costs. Lab Policies: Be respectful of your TA and your fellow students! Arrive on time. Come prepared. Don’t be distracted, and don’t be a distraction. No late work is accepted (all labs are due at the end of the lab period, unless otherwise indicated). There are no make-up labs unless arrangements have been made in advance with the TA. No credit for work turned in without a name. Failure to inform the TA of an absence in advance of the lab time will result in the loss of a letter grade. Grading: Each lab is worth 20 points and the rock & mineral exam is worth 60 points, for a total of 300 points. There is no extra credit. Starting the second week and continuing until the exam there will be a quiz on specimen identification worth 5 of that week's points. Lab Schedule: Date January 22 January 29 February 5 February 12 February 19 February 26 March 18 March 25 April 1 April 8 April 15 April 22 April 29 Lab 1: Minerals 2: Igneous Rocks 3: Sedimentary Rocks 4: Metamorphic Rocks 5: Rock and Mineral Exam 6: Topographic Maps 7: Geologic Time 8: Geologic Maps 9: Field Trip 10: Streams 11: Groundwater 12: Glacial Geology 13: Climate Change Students with Disabilities: The Americans with Disabilities Act mandates that reasonable accommodation will be made for students with disabilities in order to assure equal participation in this class. Students requesting such accommodation should meet with me during the first week of classes and must coordinate such accommodations with the Disabilities Resource Center (DRC) in Room 101 of the University Inn, 7972444 voice, 797-0740 TTY, or toll free at 1-800-259-2966. Please contact the DRC as early in the semester as possible. Alternate format materials (Braille, large print or digital) are available with advance notice.